After the overwhelming success of its first ever Public training Cassandra workshop in India at Hyderabad, DataStax announces yet another C* workshop at the IT capital of India, the ever charming and the beautiful city of Bangalore from 23rd to 25th June, 2014. (Mon-Wed)
This is a great opportunity to provide quality training to your associates and take your company to the next rung of the ladder and get ready to capture your share of the pie in the rapidly growing market of the leading NoSQL database - Cassandra. This is also a fantastic launchpad for the enterprising individuals who are looking for an exciting career in the NoSQL world.
This course provides a technical introduction to all the conceptual and practical aspects needed to use Apache Cassandra for building scalable Java applications. It also provides several best practices that are a result of the extensive application of Cassandra in production
Participants should have experience of programming in Java and be comfortable using Linux command line tools to successfully complete the learning exercises.
Developers/Designers/Architects who want to build Java applications that persist and query data in Cassandra
Virtual Machine pre-configured with Apache Cassandra 2.0, related tools and exercise files.
Participants need to carry laptops with dual quad core 64 bit processor, 8GB RAM and preferably with 64 bit OS. If using a 32 bit OS on a 64 bit processor, processor must support Virtualization and it needs to be enabled in BIOS. Ensure you have the Admin rights for that.
Laptops must permit copying of files from a USB flash drive or a DVD drive provided by DataStax.
For Windows & Linux: VMWare Player is required. If not already installed, setup files will be provided.
For Mac: VMWare Fusion to be purchased and installed by the participants.
Aravind Nallan, DataStax authorised global Cassandra Trainer
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Strictly limited seats!
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